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THE 1 L L I N 0 1 S F 11 E E T It A 1) E H .
tty the (J rent WrMrru- Ten Iiiy l.nn r.
Tlio Groat Western, Caj)U Hoskcn, urrin-d at
New York on the 'JOili ult., in 15 days from
England. She brings iinjiurtaut news the con
firmation of the groat counter-revolution in Eng
land in favor of tlio Tories and Conservative;!.
Mr. Hume, the redoubtable rhaniiioii of Free
Trade, who was defeated at Leeds, and almost any
where else, is now in Ireland, iookinj out if he
can find any thing in the way of n scat there.
The Great Kcpcaler and Agitator OVonnell,
Wag also defeated at Dublin by a Tory majority ol
168 votes; he has, however, been returned lor
It is openly asserted that one hundred pounds
were paid by the tories for any three votes, and
fifty guineas for a single vote, on several um
itions, where the contest was supposed to be about
eitial, and the result uncertain.
The returns thus far receive 1 were Reformers
25!l, Toiies .115. The Reformers have gained 30
eats, one of which is in a Welsh county, and two
in Scotch counties, and the Tories have gained
72 teats, of which are in the English counties,
three ill Scotch counties, and one in an Irish
Dy this revolution iSir Hobert l'eel will he the
The crops are good, monoy scarce, cotton up,
and faiiures plenty.
The London Globe, in speaking of American
engagements, says: "We are glad to learn that
the Great Western strainer has brought over from
America lemitt.tnrcs for the payment of the half
year's interest on Illinois stock, due the 1st iusl.;
and promises are made that by the nextor follow
ing packet we shall receive money for dividends
on Indiana Honds; thus leaving only the Missis
sippi stock in arrear. How ever if Congress should
pass the law for distributing the proceeds of the
public lauds amongst the dill'crcnt states of Ame
rica, this will supply them with means to meet
their engagements for some time to come."
The Aicnmabip l'leniilcnl Hr probable
We copy the following, says the V. .New
Era, from the I'oltsvilh: Miner's Journal a paper
specially devoted, it must he understood, to the
interests of the anthracite coal trade. To w hat
extent this fact may throw suspicion on the state
ments and suggestions of the paragraph, reader
must judge for themselves. At all events the
matter serins to deserve inquiry :
Htnrllinsj Iiwlonr" ! Imn;er of niay
IIUuiuiiioMft Coul mi board of Nieaua
hip rnliillc Oolritctioii ol llie 1're
iilriiC bj I'ii-e.
A mono; the ninny conjectures indulged
in relation to the probable manner in
which the ill-fated steamer President was
1 st, her supposed destruction by lire is
entitled to the most consideration. It is
well known that all the Atlantic sluaineis
bum bituminous coal lor fuel ; but gener
al publicity lias not been given to the fact,
that the bituminous coal on board of sev
eral of the steamers, on their passage to
and from England, has taken lire by
spontaneous combustion. The agents of
the Transatlantic steam companies have
used every precaution to conceal this
startling fact front the public; but we
learn from the most unquestioned autho
rity, that the bituminous coal on board
the British Queen, Ureal Western, and
one, if not two, of the Boston steamers,
lias been repeatedly on lire, while the
said vessels were at sea, tints jeoparding
the lives of hundreds of our most valuable
Bituminous coal, when collected in
large masses, and placed between the con
futed and healed decks of a steamship, is
very liable to spontaneous combustion,
owing to the quantity of '"lire damp,"
which it contains. To the same cause
may he attributed the destruction of sev
eral bituminous coal mines. The anthra
cite coal, on the other hand, is free from
this dangerous objection, and is the only
description of fuel which should be used
on board of steamers navigating the
For our own part, we should as soon
think of taking passage on hoard of a boat
with a cargo of gunpowder, as on board
of a steamship in which bituminous coal
was used as fuel. If the owners of
steamships will still persist in using bitu
minous coal for fuel, thus wantonly haz
arding the lives of their passengers, it
may be that the destruction of one or
more of their vessels by lire will shortly
corroborate the cotrcctness of the forego
Whig I'lcdurs Itcileeitii-il ICclrriirliinciU
null Itt'lorm lit laisl.
The secretary of the navy has issued
liis orders regulating the dress of those in
the naval service. Among others, the
North American (whig paper) gives the
"The hair of all persons in the navy is
to be kept short, no part of the beard is
to be worn long except the whiskers,
which shall not descend more than one
inch below the tip of the car, and then
iu a lino toward the mouth." "Strict
obedience to these orders is enjoined."
Think of that now! Whiskers re
trenched, foretops, soap-locks and mus
taches repudiated, annulled, repealed, re
formed and removed entirely from the
navy. 1 he heads of the naval service
that right arm of our national defence
have again been brought back to constitu
tional simplicity, and the wild luxuriance
heretofore induced by the spirit of loco
focoism, eradicated, shaved and shorn off.
Who will say, 'twas a barber-oua deed '
"Wonder wat's do reason dis saw-mill
dont go now !" asked a country negro
who hadn t seen much of the world, a
drcssititr his more "high lartit" village
"Datsuccutnstancc argufies easy 'noiigh,
nigg.t," replied Congo, de. reason is
'cause dare am not sufficient number of
lr. t'riiiiMiii' 'ole amoral.
Temperance Eat not to fullness ;
drink not to elevation.
Silence Speak not but what may ben
efit others or yourself; avoid trilling con
versation. Order Let all things have their place;
let eaeli part of your business have its
Resolution Uesolve to perform what
you ought; perform without fail what
Frugality Make no expense, but to
do good to others or yourself; that is,
Industry Lose no time; he always
employed in something useful ; keep out
of all unnecessary action.
Sincerity Use no hurtful deceit ;
think innocently and justly ; and if you
speak, speak accordingly.
Justice Wrong none by doing inju
ries, or omitting tlio benelits that -are
Moderation Avoid extremes; forbear
Cleanliness Suffer no uncleanliiiess
in the body, clothes, or habitation.
ranquuily Be not disturbed about
trilles, or at accidents common or una
voidable. Humility Imitate Jesus Christ.
Important if True. According to the
Detroit Daily Advertiser, Captain Tay
lor, of the steamer Daniel Webster, is a
great friend of the Printers. As an evi
dence of it, he will carry Editors free,
and deduct one dollar from the fare of
every man who can produce satisfactory
evidence that he is a subscriber to a news
paper, and has paid for it in adrunce.
Odds and F.nds. A Boston paper an
nounces llie marriage ol .Mr. James
Odds to .Miss Martha AW.. The
Odds and Fnds being united, and the
Rials becoming Odds, one would sup
pose til at the two iJ:lds put together
would make one emi ; instead of which
it is probable llie (Jdtls will he consulera-
ilv inert ascd.
.'In .Ijhdogy. A well dressed 'young
gentleman at a ball, in whisking about the
room, tun his head against a young lad v.
lie began to apologise. "Not a word,
sir, cried she, "it is not Hard enough to
hurt any body."
F1FTV DOLLARS KEWARD !
sree.ii i:i on stoli:.
iKO.M the subscriber on
the night of the othrpsfc.
iust. a Clirsnirt Sorrel Horse,
ist. a C'irsni't Sorrel Horse, fJ
years old, with silver main vf
ml til l, .i while, fid wllh urt,rk'!&sZ&
and tn I, U white, fi
mark on his left hind foot, his right hind
foot is the same color of his body, with
white face touching his right nostril,
round body and square built before and
behind, and a good traveller. If strayed
all reasonable charges will be paid on
information where he can be found or on
lelivery of the horse to llie subscriber ;
stolen the above reward will be paid
on conviction of the thief, or Twenty-five
Dollars for the recovery ol the horse
,-ithout the thief or thieves.
WM. 1'. FLA (iti.
Ottawa, Aug. 13, 1811. 12--U'.
Dissolution or I'artitcrslsip.
FWIIH co partnership heretofore exis-
ting between the subscribers, under
the linn of HurVntt A Russell, is this
av dissolved, by mutual consent.
All persons indebted to the late linn of
. ey R. will pleas call and settle such
The notes and book accounts of the
aid late firm will be found at the store
ormerly occupied by them.
II F.N RY HURLBUT,
Ottawa, July 21, IB II. 12-lw
Selling oil at Cost.
r I MIOMAS RUSSELL having pur
i chased the whole remaining slock
of the late firm of llurlbut $ Russell,
now offers the same for sale at cost, at
retail or whole sale, for cash. The goods
will remain at the former stand of the said
ate firm. Those wishing to purchase
it a bargain will do well to call.
TOM. I S R VSSEL A.
Ottawa, Aug. 13, 1811. 12--lf.
V virtue of a special writ of fieri fa
cias, to ine directed from the United
States Circuit Court for the District of
Illinois, in favor of Iiia Todd and against
Josiuh Seybold and Xunry Srybold, his
wife, commanding me to make certain
damages and costs by the sale of the N.
W. I of section No. ( in township No.
32, north of range No. 2 east ol the thin'
principal meridian, being and lying iu the
county of Lasalle and state of Illinois,
I shall expose the said property to Public
Sale on the Oih day of September, 1811,
at the court house door in Ottawa, in said
county, to the highest and best bidder,
for ready money.
Sale to take place between the hours
of D o'clock, A.M., and sunset of said
Dated this 3d day of August, a. p.
1811. AVILLIAM PRENTISS,
U. S. Marshal, Dist. of Illinois.
By V. P. WHITTLE, Deputy.
August (i, 1811. 11-tdos.
N conformity wit
me nrst article ol
the present code of hv-
l-.iws, the Ursula i
Cum in u ii icut tun
of Ottawa I.oiii.k of
t'i"A t--eled Ali
en hi i oi l. .Mason,
wiil be held on ili
Vox HA m oil or before llie full ..I' iln M....t.
The brethren w ill therefore llcae take uolice.thal
the day for holding our next regular cominuuii a-
tiou will tall on the last Monday in August, a.
. m oeiug the Jl'tli day ot said month.
Transient brethren in good standing arc re
sportfully invited to attend.
Hy order of the Lodge.
GKO. V. WT.AYKH, Sei-'y.
Ottawi, August t, IS 11.
N. B. A Called Meeting ol the Lodge
will take place thin evening, (Friday,)
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
La Sam e Cot vrv.
Lasalle Circuit Court, to .November Term, lStl.
.'Ibruham ll'i.rom j Attachment.
Washington .7. Hullowau 1 $1)7.50
jT OTICE is hereby given to ihe said
it Washington A. llalloway, that a
writ of attachment, issued out of the
clerk's office of the Circuit Court of La
salle county, dated the 28th day of Octo
ber, A.D. 18 10, at the suit of Abraham
Wixom against the estate of the said
ashiiigtou A. llallowav, for the sum of
ninety-seven dollars and fifty cents, di
rected to the sheriff of said county to
execute, which said writ has been return
ed by saiil sheritf, served on Abraham
Holderman and James N. Reedcr, as gar
nishees ; and that said suit is now pend
ing before the said Circuit Court of La
salle county. Now unless you, the said
Washington A. Hallo-way, shall person
ally be and appear before the said Circuit
Court on the fust day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at the court house
iu Ottawa, on the iirst Monday in No
vember next, give special bail and plead
to the said plaintilPs action, judgment
will be entered against you by default in
favor of the said plaintiii' for the amount
of his damages and costs of suit.
Ottawa, 111., August Dili, 1811.
J. CLOUD, Clerk.
J. '. .7. Hoes, Plaintiii" s Attorney.
August 13. 12--lsv
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 5
1m Salle County.
Lasalle Circuit Court, to November Term, I S 4 1 .
f !jl!)3 28
NOTICE is hereby givct
(Albert Fuller, that a w
given to the said
rit of attach
ment, issued out of the clerk's office of
the Circuit Court of Lasalle county, dated
the second day of January, a. n. 1811,
at the suit of Salmon Rutherford against
the estate of the said Colbert Fuller, for
the sum of one hundred and ninety three
dollars and twenty eight cents, directed to
the sheriff of said county to execute,
which said writ has been leturned by the
said sherilf as levied on "the north-east
quarter of section No. four, in township
No. thirty three, north range No. seven,
cast of the third principal meridian," and
that said suit is now pending before the
said Circuit Court of Lasalle county.
Now unless you, llie said (iilbert Fuller,
shall personally be and appear before the
said Circuit Court on the iirst day of the
next term thereof, to be holden at the
court house in Ottawa, on the first Mon
day in November next, give special bail
and plead to the said plaintilPs action,
judgment will be entered against you by
del'.'.ult iu favor of the said plaintiff, and
the estate attached will lie sold to satisfy
the same together with costs.
J. CLOl'D, Clerk.
Ottawa, 111., Aug. ., 1811. 12-lsw
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
La Salle County.
sallo Circuit Couit, to November Term, IS II.
VUII1 i to u Lll it'll
J"-" j Attac
OTICE is hereby given to the said
l Ilezekiah Smith, that a writ of at
tachmeiit, issued out of the clerk's office
of the Ciicuil Court of Lasalle county,
dated the thirty first day of March, a.i.
18(1, at the suit of Benjamin Douglas
against the estate of the said Ilezekiah
Smilh for the sum of one hundred and
thirty three dollars, directed to the coro
ner of said couutv to execute, which said
writ has been returned by said coroner,
served on William Roddick, sheriff of La
salle county as garnishee : and that said
suit is now pending bclorc the said Cir
cuit Court of Lasalle county. Now un
less you, the said Ilezekiah Smith, shall
personally be and appear before the said
Circuit Court on the first day of the next
term thereof, to be holden at the court
house in Ottawa, on the first Monday in
November next, give special bail and
dead to the said plaintilPs action, judg
ment will bo entered against you by de
fault in favor of the said plaintiii' for the
amount of his damages and costs ol suit
J. CLOUD, Clerk.
Ottawa. 111., Aug. ., 18 1 1. 12-- lsw
Champliii A Spring,
tolas'.. Oil, Ac.
US T received,
20 Boxes (Mass,
20 Bbls. Linseed Oil,
20 Kegs White Lead,
30 ' Nails, assorted.
Julv 10. L. I'. .t W. A. SANGER.
Ottawa ('hair ?lannfa lory.
W it r r r n .11 u o r c
gucswTl m Mil M) respectfully inform
HVOK'i fr'1'1"' a"'' public
ijj iv p......., turn ,ic ju, I taints
pcAL "" "hoc business on Lasalle
,,, i ... i... ... ti ....:....
uiier uoors liorui in llir
tiri 11 rt 11 r oitir,' iii iliia ',.! .,...
where he always keeps on hand
uii assortment of finished chairs,
such as ( 'iii-l M itilr, (I'i rcittii
Cane and Flag Scats of all descriptions,
Boston Rocking Chairs, Windsor Chairs,
Children Rocking Chairs, Ac., together
with Cradlo, Setlees, Ac.
All of which are made after the latest fashion,
of the best material, and goo. I workmanship.
The subscriber also, in connection with
his Chair Manufactory, cairies on the
business of Painting, (Hazing and Pa
I he public are rcspcctful'v invited to call ai.d
examine his chairs.
Ottawa. July '2'J. Is It ytl".
N. B. A good Jouruymau Chair Ma
ker can get constant cmnlovmcnt and lib
eral wages at the above establishment, if
he applies soon. W. M.
Salt' of Keal IMwlc.
STATU of H.l.l.NOI.-s, ,
Lasalle Counl Circuit Court. 5
I UAItl.l S II I.IA.MS
John C. C.vi.nwr.i.1. A: j In Chancerv
William D. Maiuin. J
BY virtue of a decretal order of the
Circuit Cot.rt of the couutv of La
Salle, on the Chair-cry side thereof, made
in this cause at the November term of
said Court, A. 1). 181(1, 1, Milton II.
Swift, Commissioner, duly appointed by
said Court, will sell at public sale to the
highest bidder for cash, at the door of tin:
court house in Ottawa, iu said count v, on
Saturday, the fourteent'.i day of August
next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., the following
described piece or parcel of Land, situate
and lying iu the county of La Salle afore
said, and designated and described as
follows, to wit: Commencing1 at a slake
ind stones thirty-two (3) feet of the
north-east corner ol block No. twentv
20) in the town of Trov, count v of La
Salle, thence the boundary line cast ten
(10) rods, thence north sixteen (lfi) tods,
thence west ten (10) rods, and thence
south sixteen (l(i) rods, to ih'e place of
beginning, containing one acre, with all
and singular the hereditaments and ap
purtenances thereto belonging or in anv
For a more particular description of
which premises, reference can be had to
the plat of said town on the records of
the said couutv of La Salle.
MILTON II. SWIFT,
N. B. A credit of six and twelve
months will be given for tw o-thirds of the
purchase money, unquestionable security
July 1C, 1811. ()-lw
11IK subscribers would respect
fullv iiilormlhe cili.i ns of Ol
tawa and Ihe public generally, that . ' Tv
I hey are prepared with, ami will .jjjfei 7ft,,
furnish to those w ho may de.-ire "I It
Horses and Carriages, Sleighs, &c, anil
first rate Saddle Horses.
I'ersons trawling may rely on a speedy and
convenient coiivcvuucr to aunont any pl.n e
through the country'.
IV. 15. All persons hiring Horses, Carriages.
etc., ore required to return lliem in a-good ami
sound condition as they were in when they came
into their ue.
WOOD A: S.Mj ril.
Ottawa, July -X 1SM. it t ".
,lic lo Canal Contractors.
SEALED proposals will In; received
at the ( aii.il Olhec, in Loekport,
Will county, Illinois, until Monday, the
20th day of September next, for the- con
struction of Forty Si. i' Sections of the
Illinois and Michigan Canal, lying be
tween Dresden, at the Kankakee Bluffs,
and Marseilles, at the Rapids of the Illi
nois River, together with all the mechan
ical work upon that part of the Canal.
The said sections arc quite uniformly
light work, consisting of earth excavation
The mechanical work consists of three
lift-locks two at Marscillta and one at
the An Sable river ; one g&rd-lock at ihe
same river ; the masonry of an aqueduct
arcross Nettle creek and stone Culverts ;
all of which are lo bo of cut stone ma
Also, a Dam ai-eross A u Sable river;
several Culverts and othet;struetutes
which may bo necessary upon the said
line, a description of which can be seen
at the office previous to the day of letting.
Jlu order of the. Hoard of Comuiio-
sionerStOf the Illinois and Michigan
Canal." JOHN I'KIEKSO.N, t Tk.
Loekport, August 2, 1811. U-C.w
" 1ST OF LETTERS remaining
J in the Post Ollicc at l.ristol, Ken
dall county, Illinois, on the 1st day of
ildanis 0. H
Morgan F. Esj.
Parish Miss ('and.
Dodge James 1 1'.
Ingall.i Mrs. A'. '.
In galls Miss Man
J. W. II ELM E, '. M.
Aug. ('. 1811. I In. ll-3w
fHIIIF. subscriber has on hand and will
be 'nslantlv n-eeiving tresh from
the Marseilles Mills, FINE it SUPER
FINE FLO U R, which will be sold at
manufacturer's " prices .fu- Cash only.
Every barrel sold will be warranted fresh
and sweet. BEN J. THOMPSON.
Ottawa, Aug. 5, 1H. 11-tf
t. I.. Thompson
Jf I .!S just neeivci
" l''Ui; bire, on
of the TuMii." future
i cd at his N ew-
the east sid
utlare iu this place,
Ins summer supply ol f iti.sn
DRUGS & MEDICINES,
embr.ii iug all articles iu the line
w hich the country demands.
Also A variety of Faints, Oils, Vani
sh, Turpentine, Glass, l'uttv, and Dvc
Stud's, together with a variety of oilier
articles, too numerous to mention.
Also: A few CHOICE WINES and
LKil'ORS, selected expressly for medi
cal purposes; I'erfumerirs, Confcctiona
ries, Fruit, Segars and Tobacco of a good
t. it. .t -
.vi.!,,, raicni viedu-ines, the most
popular of the day, among which arc
Doct. Jayne's Expectorant, Hair Tonic,
Ionic cnniluge, Carminative Balsam,
ma r-vmative Fills; Docts. Dole's and
1 hotnpson s Eye Water; Mollits Fho n-
ix Bitters and Fills; Roward's Tonic
Mixture; Balm of Columbia; Car
penters Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla ;
Hays' Linamcnt for Files; Nerve and
Bone Imminent ; Batemau's Drops ; G'od
li v's Cordial ; Fahiicstock's Vemil'ugc ;
Morrison's Fills of the British College of
Health; Lee's, Fliiuie's, Elmore's, Hoo
per's, Brandeth's, Doct. Champion's and
Boarduian's Fever and Ague Fills.
The public are respectfully requested to call
and see. "
Ottawa, .Tune 1 1, 1S(I. "3 tf.
Iri nyr anl .suimiM-r I'ashiouv
riilK subscriber respectfully informs the gen
B. tleineu of Ottawa and vicinity, thut he has
just received of Messrs. ."Scott iV Wilson, of New
ioik City, the r ISpiiug and Summer lieport,
togi-lher with ihe latest London and Paris Fa
shions for gentlemen's clothes, which he thinks
will not fail to please gentlemen of every variety
ol taste. He still assures all who may favor him
w ith their orders, that all business entrusted lo
him shall be intended to with promptness and
N. B. The subscriber has removed
his shop to the east side of the public
square, opposite the Court Mouse, and
one door south of the Citv Hotel.
L is. TUACY.
Ottawa. May Ss. lsll. v'-1 tf.
A LL persons having claims against the
estate of Peter' W. Mcijucui, de
ceased, are hereby notified and requested
to present the same to the subscriber,
administrator of said estate, or to the
Frohate Justice of Henderson counlv
within nine months from the dab- hereof,
tor settlement. ROB'T McOUEEN.
Henderson co., Aug. (", 1 m 1 1 . 11 lw
811 IK subscribers have lately received a very
choice lot of fancy goods, embracing every
Fie Nitr Cloves and Milts, rich figured
Sattins and Silks for Bonnets, fancy
Handkerchiefs, Veils, Bound Ribbons,
Silk Braids, Cords, Parasols, Fans, itc.
I'm sale very low, bv
L. P. cv W. A. SANOEU.
Oltawa, .1 1 1 1 v Hi, 1S11. H-tf
A I.AUi.l'. ASsiii; TMI.N T Of CLASS-
J. Si.. WARE, just received and lot
sale at the Drug Store of the subscriber.
(J. L. THOMPSON.
Ottawa, .1 ill v 2, lsll. I'e-tf.
STATK OT ILLINOIS,?
Livingston Comity. S
Circuit Court, May Term, 111.
Ciiaklks P. Baldwin,
David N. '1 i:itui;i n it
.I.I.A I LKIILl N , IIIS
w lie. I
O TICE is hereby given to all whom
may concern, that a lull in chan
cerv has been filed in the clerk's ollicc of
the Livingston county circuit court by
Charles P. Baldwin against David N.
Tcrhcuu and Eliza Tcrhcun, his wife,
tli.it subpo'iia in chancery has been issued
thereon returnable lo the October term,
18 11. i sanl coin t; thai allidaiit lias
hern filed that David N. Tcrhcun, on
of said defendants, is not an inhabitant o
ibis state: Now, unless vou, the said de
fendant, David N. Tcrhcun, shall be and
appear he-lore the next October term of
the Livingston Circuit Court, to be bold
en at the court house in Poutiac, on tin
Iirst Monday in the mouth ol Uciohci
next, and answer the complainant's bill,
that the allegations thereof will be taken
as confessed and decree entered accord
ingly. C. W. REYNOLDS, Clerk.
John V, A. Ilor.s,
Solicitor for Complainant.
July 23, 1811. !--lw
xv i: a v i i.
'(ill (il.K.V, thankful for the patroiia-je he
has ulrc.idv rei eived, would ri siecllully in
form his friends mid the public that be still con
tinues to follow the WKAYl.NO HI !.'i:ss a
little west ol ' Otlaw I, and i.- now prepared to woik
Double and Single Carpet, Coverlets,
likewise Ingrain Carpeting, Striped and
Rag Carpet; also, Twilled Blankets,
Jeans, Satinet, Liuseys and Flannels.
Price nioder.ite, and ni'i-t kinds of produce
taken for pay.
( lit nv.l, Jul
I s-T received at the stoi,: ul
JO pieces Cotton Cassiun res, Pennsylva
nia Jeans, Summer Cloths, and other
Goods for summer wear,
Xi'.l for sale at prices to unit th" limes, bv
juiv if.. i.. i'. w. . .m;.:i;.
LO P OF BED STEADS, for sale
or rxcham.'u for produce, by the
ir.U.hEI,' .V II ICR I.ISO.
Ottawa, August f, 111. 11--M'.
A. O. C'roslar.
or warding and Commit'
sinn Merchant, Utica, La Salle county.
May 23d, 1810.
IHott Y AVoofluorlh.
Forwarding V Commission
Z&ttJfrnhants, Vlrv, La Salle
Peru, April 15, 1811. 48tf.
M:?r?H-V reliant, ' rtne. La
Peru, April 15, 1811.
Kegs No. 1 WHITE LEAD,
just received per steam boat La
salle, and for sale low, bv
WALKER C HICKLING.
Ottawa, Juno 11, 1841. 3tf.
1 ( 'l'ONS OF WELL ASSORTED
I VOIRON, just received and for sale by
the subscriber. D. NEWTON.
Ottawa, June 1, 1811. v2-n2-tf.
5 Kegs of HUSTON NAILS, as
sorted,) just received per steam
boat Lasalle, and for salj hy
WALKER & lliCKLINcJ.
Ottawa, June 11, 1811. y tf.
Hhds. PRIME N. O. SUGAR,
just received per s. b. Lasalla.
and for sale low, by
WALK EU IIICKLING.
Ottawa, June 11, 1811. 3 tf.
jj Sacks II A VAN .NAM COFFEE,
just received per s. b. Lasalle,
and for sale low, by
Ottawa, June 11, 1811. 3 tf.
G)l K,:('S ' I'S. just 'ccciv
smi J cd and for sale bv the subscriber,
on Lasalle street. 1)! NEWTON.
Ottawa, June I, 1811. U-'J-tf.
rilllE subscribers have just received a
.1. large lot of Leghorn, Straw, and
I'alm Leaf Ronnets, including some very
pretty styles for children, all of which
they will sell at prices very much lower
than tliev have ever been sold in this
place. ' WM. Tit UK & SON.
Ottawa, July 18 11. (--tf.
BBL. OF LINSEED OIL, just re
ceived and for sale at the new store
ol the subscribers.
WALKER it IIICKLING.
Ottawa, April 10, 18 11. 1H tf.
MIE west half of the north-east quar
ter ot section Tl, in township 33 N.
R. 3, E. 3d P. M., and the north-west
IV. j of same section. These lands are
valuable, being oil the south side of the
Illinois river, and about two miles from
the town o(" Ottawa, and containing n sui
table proportion of timber and prairie.
For further particulars, tci ins, A.c, npplv
to Noah Ripley, New York, or to the
subscriber in ( Hlawa.
Julv !).-((. J. C. CHAMPLIX.
VT OTICE. The subscriber
1. l! been appointed Adminisi
pointed Administrator of
the est'ilc of James (.!. Iliggins, deceas
ed, requests all persons having claims
against the estate to present the same to
him or to the Probate Justice, on or be
fore the first Monday in No ember next,
on which day all persons having such
claims arc hereby notified to attend at the
olheo of the Probate Justice uud prove
All persons indebted to the estate are
requested lo call anil settle the same im
mediately. W. II. W. CI Si I MAN,
Julv U, IS 11. 70w
II IF. subscriber, having been appoin
ted Administrator of the estate of
AARON BAIN, deceased, requests all
persons having claims against the estate
to exhibit the same to him or lo the Pro
bate Justice, for settlement, within nine
mouths from the date hereof.
Those indebted to the estate are re
quested to call -and settle the same imme
diatcy. The books of account, ce. may
ho found at the ollicc of the Probate Jus
ttce. - A BR II AM HOES,
Ottawa, June 1 lib, 1811. 2 5 bw.
HIE subscribers give notice that they
have had erected a sett ot Patent
Platform Ralancrs, which are located
on the publi.- square, opposite G. L.
Thompson's drug store. They are now
prepared to weigh all kinds of heavy ar
ticles, such a- hay, coal, horses, cattle,
merchandize, Ave, ic, an, I solicit tho
patronage of the public.
WM. TRUE il SON.
Ottawa, Julv 13, 18 U. 8--tf.
1' received per sU uin boat l.usaHc, and for
wile at reduced price at the well known
stand of the subscriber
10 hhds. of Prime N. O. Sugar,
15 bags of Superior Collee,
10 boxes of Bunch Rai-ius,
It) Sperm andles,
10 Bar Soap.
1J Assorted Tobacco,
500 1!'. of Salerntus,
1000 " CodfHi.
L. P. cv W. A. SANGER,
Ottawa, Julv l'V 111. N-lf.